Cobra 75WXST 40-Channel CB Radio-CB Radios & Scanners

Technical Details

Technical Details Model: 75 WX ST
Brand Name: N MARKET
Model Number: 75 WX ST
Device Type: CB Radio
Manufacturer Warranty Description: includes manufacturer warranty.

Product Description

Description Of Product Model:75 WX ST

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Cobra 75WXST 40-Channel CB Radio

The 75 WX ST is really a super compact hide-away Remote Mount design full featured CB radio with weather channels, well suited for vehicles where space is really a premium. Plus immediate access to funnel 9 and 19, Dual -watch and all funnel scan to watch incoming signals, 4-funnel programmable memory locations. The entire radio matches your hands design.


Remote Mount System - Enables convenient dashboard installation.
SoundTracker System - Cuts noise as much as 90 % for clearer communication.
NOAA Weather & Emergency Radio - Be ready for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver.
Illuminated Liquid Crystal Display - For vibrant and obvious visibility of display.
Instant Funnel 9/19 - Access immediately to emergency funnel 9 or information funnel 19.

Product Information

Product Information Model: 75 WX ST Technical Details
Item Weight1.8 pounds
Product Dimensions2.8 x 1.6 x 4 inches
Item model number75 WX ST
Chassis SizePlease fill in Unit Size
Display TypeLCD
Warrantyincludes manufacturer warranty.
Height (inches)2 inches
Width (inches)4 inches
Weight1.8 Pounds
Additional Information
Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 starsSee all reviews 327 reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars
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#23 in Electronics > Car Electronics > CB Radios & Scanners
#284 in Sports & Outdoors > Sports & Fitness > Hunting & Fishing > Hunting > Hunting Accessories
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and guidelines)
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Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2001
Warranty & Support warranty, parts: Parts

warranty, labor: Full Manufacturer's Warranty
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196 of 200 people found the following review helpful An excellent little CB!
by T.J. VINE VOICE on September 27, 2004 Model No .: 75 WX ST
After searching at multiple CB systems, I finally made the decision this little number for any couple of reasons.
Initially, I wanted a CB that would fit in my dash above my radio (I drive a 4Runner) therefore the CB would look great and integrated. I had been relayed through many installers which i did not have sufficient depth within my empty slot over the radio. One installer suggested this CB, but I had been skeptical concerning the small, All-inclusive package. One factor Used to do like relating to this CB immediately was that it's not hard to hide from view, thus reducing any potential break-set for my CB or my Radio. When I am not by using this CB I slide it underneath the front seat and it's totally hidden and does not bother any passengers. Another HUGE help to this radio which i did not uncover until I made use of it had been that things are around the handset, meaning everything could be adjusted Effortlessly while driving. Actually, following a couple of uses, you'll understand all the buttons, so you will no longer need to take your vision from the road or bend to carry the radio or change channels. I simply keep your radio alongside my leg and operate it without need to move or close this article.
I personally use a 6ft magnetic mount/unscrewable whip Wilson antenna. With direct line-of-sight, I'm able to get about 11 miles, considerably farther than I'd expected. In actual use, I recieve about 4 miles approximately. also, I typically only apply it to the highway.
The elements band continues to be especially nice. I have driven all through the south from Arizona to Florida and I have had the ability to get weather stations just about everywhere.
I'd my doubts initially with this particular unit, but after getting tried on the extender for 2 years, I have arrived at love it. I'd certainly but this CB again. Read more › 2 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 232 of 239 people found the following review helpful Quite a Handful
By Paul M. Provencher VINE VOICE on August 7, 2002 Model No .: 75 WX ST
The Cobra 75 WX ST Weatherband CB offers an large number of functionality in an exceedingly small package. Installation is fast and easy - having a couple tools, your antenna mounted, and little skill, you could have this radio up and running in a couple of hours.
CB radios are restricted to low-power broadcasting at 4 watts or fewer. This radio provides maximum power permitted legally and is capable of doing some pretty incredible range underneath the right conditions. Having a correctly tuned, high-quality antenna, I've had coversations with other people utilizing the same radio as much as 9 miles away. Under normal conditions, 1-2 miles is much more realistic.
For features, that one has lots of:
- Scan (all 40 channels in sequence)
- Dual Scan (two channels of your liking)
- Memory
- Lock (therefore the hands controls do not get reset accidentally)
- Weatherband (10 NOAA frequencies)
- Last 3 channels
- SoundTracker (like Dolby noise reduction)
I personally use mine inside a 1999 Jeep Wrangler where there's little extra room for an additional device. They fit perfectly on my small console using the small box stashed inside.
I'm able to pay attention to truckers as i am on the road, speak with my buddies whenever we set off-highway, or scan the channels for when driving to and in the trails. Within the 2 yrs I have tried personally mine, it's never given me any problems. It's very sturdy and should endure hard use.
I got myself the not compulsory exterior speaker in order that it could be simpler to listen to but lots of people discover the unit is effective away from the box!
There can be bigger, badder CB's available, but that one is really a peach! Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 232 of 245 people found the following review helpful Cobra 75WXST falls a little short
By DR on The month of january 10, 2007 Model No .: 75 WX ST
I got myself a Midland 75-822 CB first and a Cobra 75WST about 5 several weeks later, both are made with most, if not completely, from the electronics included in the handset kind of CBs. I needed to make use of an exterior speaker using the handheld CB for much better seem clearness. The Cobra's exterior speaker jack is within a far more covenant, taken care of location, with possibly simpler to function with one hands controls compared to Midland CB. Around the Cobra the remote speaker connects to the remote adapter and not into the handset because the Midland unit must. This eliminates that extra (In the manner) wire running in the Midland handset towards the exterior speaker and places the additional wire taken care of connecting it straight to the remote adapter from the Cobra, to not the handset. By having an exterior speaker connected to the Midland CB its on/off volume and squelch controls are even more complicated to gain access to. The Cobra handset includes a longer coiled cord that's nice but its handset is a touch excessively large but not unworkable.
The Cobra volume and squelch controls tend to be more easily located but haven't any mid-range markings. This will make it difficult to see where your settings are until something is available in lacking to listen to or screeches out too loud. They're also just a little difficult to achieve and Use, together with your thumb, particularly with the on/off volume control that is a little hard and stiff to change off. The Midland's controls are on the top and a two handed operation, neither manufacture's design is really a obvious champion while worries but most likely the Cobra might be a ahead for one handed use.
Incidentally, after i purchase hands mitts, those are the huge size.
The Seem Tracker system seems to operate but maybe a scam from the informal tests. Read more › 3 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again See all 327
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